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Nana Queen
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If she only knew that she would have been a star as she is now, then she would have taken her elder sister's musical lessons serious.

Even though she has not got any album under her belt yet, she's already earned a place as a talented female singer in the hiplife scene.

Nana Queen has played major roles in popularizing songs like Linda - Batman, Akyeame - Paradise, Azigiza - Abena remix, old songs of VIP and Arabians.

Her debut album which is about to hit the streets of Ghana in 2005 will move critics and fans into franctic ecstasy. She entered the music scene in the late 90's and has matured into an expressive singer who is able to move listeners to their feet.

She's trying her hands on singing in English because she wants those outside Ghana to get a feeling of her song.

Nana Queen is going to make a big break in the music industry with songs like 'G Thugs', 'Move On', 'Addicted', 'Party', 'Up and Down' and 'Cream and Sugar'.

In an interview with her at Ashanti International, she said "Everyone went crazy when I performed in Obuasi and at the launch of Kokovelli and FBS album launch, it was just because my songs were nice and romantic. The way I dress too counts. People are just yearning to see me come out very soon", she said.

Her producer, most notably Nana King wrote all the tracks with artistes like Siboe, Batman and Nana King himself blessing the album with their voices.

"I believe the album will go far and I am 100% sure of it. You won't regret buying the album. It's going to be a bomb" Nana Queen added.

Nana Queen was born in LIB (Liberia) as Precious Jewel Tubman. Nana Queen's elder sister enrolled her in voice lessons where she sang auto, treble and soprano. At the age of 10 years she was in the church choir and sang gospel songs a lot.

Nana Queen's favourite foreign artistes are Whitney Houston, Mariah Carey and MC Lyte. "To other Ghanaian girls trying to come out with an album, believe in yourself and always put God first", she said.

Her upcoming album, 'Queen Of The Nile' really portrays how an artiste can do what he or she knows he or she can do best. Nana Queen could be reached on phone by 233 27 7496 158 and is happily married to DC sound engineer/producer/songwriter, Nana King of Ashanti International.


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